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39890 US Highway 2Chinook, MT 59523Sale Price: 0

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  • $325,000List Price
  • 16Acreage
  • SoldStatus

Milk River Ranchette

Take heed of this Hi-Line home offering 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with room to roam on 16+ acres. The 2,446 square foot home has hidden potential for a customized remodel to fit your needs and gain equity. The home does have a newer boiler, appliances and water heater. The property borders the Milk River on the southern border inviting spontaneous morning fishing expeditions coffee in tow or watching the wildlife seek nourishment from its waters. The rural vicinity provides sensational solitude away from the city's distractions and busyness. Work on projects in the 38' x 40' insulated shop. The 3 stall insulated garage is attached to the shop and can serve as a warm parking spot for your vehicle, boat or atv. Water rights are included in the sale as well as two John Deere tractors with loaders! Blaine County has exceptional hunting opportunities for mule and white-tailed deer, upland game birds, antelope, elk and varmints. Country living awaits with the peaceful prairie beckoning for a simpler way of life!

Local Area

Located along the Hi-Line sits Chinook, Montana, a small, nostalgic community and home of the Sugarbeeters mascot. Chinook is the county seat of Blaine County and located on Lodge Creek where it empties into the Milk River. Its name means “warm wind” as farmers and ranchers historically depended on these warm chinook winds as a means of survival. In the 1920s, the town held a massive sugarbeet factory which inspired the mascot. The Sugarbeeter mascot ranked #2 out of 100 for the strangest mascots according to Mr. Jay Leno! You'll find that the town is welcoming and warm with its tree-lined streets and well-kept downtown. It is also the eastern starting point for the Bears Paw Mountains Backcountry Drive. On this drive, you will journey past the Bearpaws Battlefield where the last major Native American battle in the United States took place. The Blaine County Museum holds many artifacts and history about the battle and the homestead era. Chinook is just 20 miles from Havre, a larger city on the Hi-Line.

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Hi-line Hunting and Fishing

Blaine County claims a portion of the Golden Triangle, an area known for its robust grain production. The rolling fields provide cover and habitat for upland game birds, pheasant, Hungarian Partridge and waterfowl. Montanans flock to the Hi-Line in the fall for its quality bird hunting opportunities. In addition to the bird hunting, big game hunting in this area attracts locals and tourists from afar looking to take down a trophy white-tailed or mule deer or elk. The property is situated in Hunting District 600, although the Bears Paw Mountains are not far for a great diversity in terrain and wildlife. The Bears Paw offer world class elk hunting but you will have to put in for a tag as it is only special draw for this area. The Bears Paw were formed by volcanic activity 50 million years ago.

Fishing on the Hi-Line attracts anglers looking to enjoy a wide variety of bodies of water and species. The Milk River flows through the open prairies and is a wonderful place to achieve serene solitude. It is by and large a warm water fishing river where Smallmouth Bass are abundant. Catfish, Sturgeon, Whitefish, and Pike are also common in these waters. The Milk River makes for a perfect floating river for kayaks and canoes. Check out these other local areas that are well known for reeling in various fish species: Reser Reservoir, Bailey Reservoir, Ross Reservoir, Fresno Reservoir and Beaver Creek Park. Reser Reservoir is best known for catching Big Bass. Large trout can be found roaming the waters as well. Looking for a place where kiddos can count on being entertained by a frequent tug on their lines? Bailey Reservoir is a great spot because something is always biting here. For a Cutthroat Trout haven, check out Ross Reservoir; it is a fly fisherman's paradise. If it's Walleye that you want, stop at Fresno Reservoir. It is one of Montana's number one warm water fisheries. The Milk River feeds into this reservoir. Lastly, Beaver Creek Park is known as the mountains in the prairie. The lake is a no wake lake and provides excellent fishing.

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Listed by Nicklaus Schmele of Corder and Associates,LLC

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